Despite scoring his first goal in his second spell with the Big V, creative midfielder James Troisi says assisting Victory’s lethal strike force is most important to him.
Troisi got on the scoresheet with Victory’s fourth late on against a valiant Jets in the 4-2 win in Geelong on Monday night.
The three points pushed Victory in second to within seven points of undefeated Sydney FC at the top of the ladder.
It was Troisi's first goal in this second spell with the Victorian powerhouse, though the win and helping the team create, he said, was more important.
“I’m playing in a role where I have to create chances for the boys Marco and ‘Bes’,“ the Caltex Socceroo told Fox Sports.
“I took my chance tonight and obviously we want to continue that but for me it doesn’t matter who scores; obviously it’s nice scoring but as long as we’re creating chances.
“We’re playing to a structure and we’re performing and creating a lot of chances and scoring a lot of goals,” he added.
“It probably wasn’t our best performance, they made it hard for us all credit to them [the Jets].
"But all in all we’re happy to get the three points and we’re playing the way we want to play.”
Victory coach Kevin Muscat told Fox Sports he was somewhat disappointed with some of the concentration showed by his players though admitted there was “plenty to like” about the display.
Victory now must prepare for their next clash away to Adelaide United on Saturday.